• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Good build quality however dull and boring sound

    I have used the ear phones for more than 6 months and must say I am fairly disappointed with these earphones. I am not an audiophile and therefore the review is purely based on how these earphones sound and appear to me.

    There are few good things about these earphones such as build quality, design, etc. However, they sound dull and boring.

    There were a lot of reviews that suggest that they need longer running in time. However, it has been more than 6 months and there has been minimal improvement. They still sound almost as dull as they were when I started.

    At this price, there are a lot more options which sound a lot lot better and would strongly suggest you look for alternative before making a decision to consider these.

    Pros
    -> Good build quality and decent design
    -> Fits well in ear tip options provided
    -> Cable easy to untangle

    Cons
    -> Sounds very dull and music sounds boring
    -> Cable is pretty heavy so not great for running
    -> Expensive for the quality of sound they offer

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    First Headphones to Last 1 Year

    These are the first headphones that I have had (over the last 5 years) that have lasted 1 year of commuting, flying and homes use without breaking..

    They also come with an amazing array of ear pieces (if that's what they're called) so I have also not had to buy any new ones (preferring the squidgy foam ones).

    AND they actually sound great for both music, voice (phone calls) and audio books.

    4* only reflects that the remote is not a great design - very easy to press stop (or hangup) when trying to adjust the volume.

    I also love the behind the ear design as you can flip them out of your ear when talking to someone - just polite to show you're listening!

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Almost great

    These are great headphones apart from one tiny frequency spike in the tops which annoyingly pronounces the 'S's' in a lot of the vocals and occasionally the sizzle in hi hats. The problem is once you notice it you can't hear anything else and for that reason i've had to return then.

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great in-ears, terrible carry case

    They like every good in-ear take some time to burn-in. You need to keep on playing your favourite music for about two weeks on normal volume or for five hours approx on high volume to burn them in, then their soundstage opens up nicely.

    But for the life of me I can't get them in so-called premium carry case without highly twisting the cable! Utterly useless!!
    For that they get 4 stars instead of 5.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Stunning Sound, Fit and Quality

    Finally a pair of headphones that I am happy with. I've tried several pairs of ear-buds / in-ear phones over the last 12 months, including the Beats ones, which were useless and kept falling out of my ears every time I slightly moved my head. The sound from these RHA's has a lot of depth and is comparable to my Bose over-ears. Bass is deep and top end really clear and precise. Brilliant build quality aswell. Highly recommended!!

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent & Highly Recommended Earphones

    These RHA earphones are beautifully made and sound fantastic. Once you find which of the 10 or so tips is comfortable and gives a good seal, you get the most amazing base, treble and clarity. Try them on something tricky like audiophile playlists or cathedral organ music. I'm delighted with these and gladly recommend them to anyone who loves quality music. They block our ambient noise well too.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Simply the best in-ear headphones under £100.

    I bought these after I had noticed them on a friend’s a few months ago. At first, I fell in love with the simple yet striking design. But what I like even better is that the MA750i sound a great as they look. The sound truly is outstanding and my favorite tunes all sound very true and detailed unlike with some other headphones that are much more expensive! Also, the over-ear cable and the wide selection of ear tips guarantee comfortable fit and good noise isolation. The build is really impressive; the headphones feel very sturdy and the fact that they’re made of stainless steel should mean great durability. No wonder these come with a 3 year warranty! RHA, I love you for making my commutes the best time of my day!

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing

    Love these, build quality is superb, and the sound is just mind blowingly good. Perfect!

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  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Had four replacements over 12 months

    Sound quality is great, but had four replacements over the course of 12 months due to broken connections inside the cable (mainly around the remote control area).

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Superb quality at an impressive price

    These are beautifully made and sound great. I cannot find fault here at all. I have wasted so much money on well known 'brands' and have always been disappointed. Not with these!

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Faultless

    Very good, best earphones you can find for this price, they take a while to break in (about 8 weeks for me,) but when they do they sound amazing and are as good as earphones costing over £150, they also seem pretty sturdy and seem like it will last much longer than its 3 year warranty.

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  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Very disappointing

    I find it strange that so many reviews talk about the rounded sound from these headphones. I had expected them to need to bed down but they have been remarkably tinny from the start and it hasn't got better in the two months I've had them. I have had them tested by RHA which says they are fine and providing the "neutral " sound they expect. The plain fact is that they are really disappointing, They are second rate compared to my old Bose IEs. The build quality is good but the cord too long.

    I imagine the T10i is the response to similar complaints that somehow don"t make it to the review pages. Customer service is pretty good but doesn't make up for a bad product. I won't be buying this make again.

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  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Great sound but......

    Bought these from Apple, couldn't choose between these and MA600i, Apple assistant said that I had 14 days to return if unhappy so took the plunge. The sound was amazing and the build quality great, what let then down was the weight, cord and connections, plus length of cable. Sitting on trains etc they were superb but when walking I found the cable bulky to tuck away and the heavy cables kept clunking against the back of my neck. Really sad but I had to take them back and exchange for MA600i, these are much lighter, still excellent sound and haven't had so far quality issues with build.
    Great support and advice from Apple though

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Exceptional at this price point

    Bought them and tried them with an open mind, as i'm new to the brand, but was pleasantly surprised. Sound is lovely after a good burn in, it hits that sweet spot of being perfect on all levels. Everything - the comfort, build quality, good bundled accessories, packaging, and of course the sound - makes the 750i's a great overall package. I would class them as being V shaped in sound signature with a very good vocals, instrumental separation, soundstage and a very very slight emphasis towards the bass, punchy and controlled bass I guess you could term it. Very happy customer. And great service and peace of mind buying from apple if anything goes wrong with them.

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